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Dark Constellations
A Novel
Argentinian literary star Pola Oloixarac's wildly ambitious second novel investigates humanity's quest for knowledge and control, hurtling from the 19th century mania for scientific classification to present-day mass surveillance and the next steps in human evolution. - Recommended by Josiah
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The Wanderings of Chela Coatlicue
Touring Califatzlan
THE WANDERINGS OF CHELA COATLÍCUE is the first installment of a trilogy of coming-of-age adventures that follows a young brazen musical prodigy in search of a sacred bass once owned by a legendary blues musician Sugar Rivera. - Recommended by Josiah
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What's in a Name?
Poems
Poems of effervescent grace from one of the best- known and best-loved poets of Portugal. - Recommended by Josiah
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Pedro Pietri
Selected Poetry
Pedro Pietri, Pedro Lopez Adorno, Juan Flores
A compelling and humorous collection of poems by the poet laureate of the Nuyorican Poets. Includes previously unpublished works.
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Birthday
César Aira
Birthday is among the very best of Aira—it will surprise readers new to his work, and will deeply satisfy his many fans. ––Recommended by Josiah
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water/tongue
mai c. doan
Elegiac poems that offer a glimpse of the possibilities beyond and in spite of the narrative. ––Recommended by Josiah
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Sabrina & Corina
Stories
Kali Fajardo-Anstine
"Themes of abandonment, heritage and an eternal sense of home are at the heart of these stories about Latina Indigenous women who navigate their land of Denver, Colorado, the way they navigate their own lives; with cautious grace and a quiet enduring force."––Recommended by Josiah
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Tears of the Trufflepig
A Novel
Fernando A. Flores
One of The Daily Beast's Best Summer Beach Reads of 2019, one of Lit Hub and The Millions's Most Anticipated Books of 2019, one of Buzzfeed and Tor.com's Books to Read This Spring, and one of the Chicago Review of Books' Best New Books of May. ––Recommended by Paul
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Lost Children Archive
A novel
Valeria Luiselli
Lost Children Archive is a novel about archiving all that we don't want to lose. Luiselli looks into the American present as well as its history: into Native American history, and the many intersections between American and Mexican history that are and have always been there. This is the perfect American road trip novel for right now. —Tommy Orange
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Undocumented Lives
The Untold Story of Mexican Migration
Ana Raquel Minian
Undocumented Lives tells the story of Mexicans who have been used and abused by the broader economic and political policies of Mexico and the United States. ––Recommended by Josiah
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Native Country of the Heart
A Memoir
Cherríe L. Moraga
From the celebrated editor of This Bridge Called My Back, Cherríe Moraga charts her own coming-of-age alongside her mother's decline, and also tells the larger story of the Mexican American diaspora. ––Recommended by Josiah
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Meditations in an Emergency
Frank O'Hara
Frank O'Hara was one of the great poets of the twentieth century and, along with such widely acclaimed writers as Denise Levertov, Allen Ginsberg, Robert Creeley, and Gary Snyder, a crucial contributor to what Donald Allen termed the New American Poetry. - Recommended by Josiah